4 questions to ask before you say, “I do.”
Choosing a MN Landscape Company can be a little like choosing a mate. It’s important to learn as much as possible ahead of time to ensure your ultimate satisfaction with the relationship. The following four questions should help you weed out prospective lawn care and landscape companies who might not be what they seem on the surface. (Bonus—these questions can also be used to weed out prospective mates before you bring them home to meet your mother.)
- Do they share recent photos with you? If a landscaping company says they build patios and retaining walls, install pavers and water features, or offer the best quality lawn care services, they’d better have the pictures to prove it.
- Are they educated in their field? Quality comes from years of experience, but also, certification in industry-recognized institutions. Your landscape/lawn care pro should have formal training in topics such biology, botany, and landscape design, along with certification or licensing in hardscape installation, electrical/plumbing, irrigation, pesticide installation and paver installation.
- Do they do it all? Nothing is more time-consuming, frustrating, and expensive than having to hire multiple vendors to care for your outdoor living space. When you choose a MN Landscape Company, you want one who can do it all—lawn care, irrigation, landscaping, hard and softscape installation like pathways, retaining walls, steps, and perennial gardens—and do it well.
- What do people in their past say about them? One of the best and most effective ways to weed through a sales pitch is to approach those with whom they’ve had a relationship in the past. A professional MN Landscape Company will be happy to share testimonials from past customers regarding the quality of the work, the timeliness of the project, and their level of satisfaction when the job was complete.
Asking these questions will help you find a MN Landscape Company with whom you can partner happily ever after. Give us a call and we’ll be happy to answer these, or any other questions, you might have.